back in the day when I got my i5 2500K I went cheap and got an ASUS z68 v/gen3. it worked well for what I got it for. but now I find myself wanting a few more features, and the board itself is a bit finicky. not to mention it seems to be on the bottom of ASUS's to-do list in terms of driver updating.
Anyway, now that we've seen both Ivy and Haswell giving little boost to performance over sandy, I've decided to just go hunt down a cheap nice z68 board to replace my current one, and it seems some cheap top-end boards can be found used on Amazon or newegg. so now I'm wondering if I have to re-install everything (I do have all my data on a separate drive and all), or can I just do some driver updates. what do you guys think?